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Four year food industry plan unveiled in State of Victoria budget


From the Australian Food News website:

The Victorian Government announced this week in its annual Budget that it has set aside AU$61.4 million of funding in this year’s State Budget for the food and agriculture industries.

Revealing the State Budget for 2012/13 on Tuesday 2 May 2012, the Victorian Government outlined a four year funding plan to protect food and agriculture.

The AU$61.4 million has been earmarked help build profitability and productivity of the dairy, red meat, grains and horticulture industries, as well as improve biosecurity measures across the State’s farm sector.

Click here to read the full article on the Australian Food News website.

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